I love Sundays. Sunday is the only day in the week that I get to sleep in, stay in my PJs all day and have VIP access to my couch. It’s GREAT!! Sunday is the day I take some time to catch up on what’s going on in the news, answer a few emails and watch LOTS of tv and yes, cook some delicious food for myself. Homemade food is amazing…
So here is a roundup of my Sunday…
Woke up just in time to say “I woke up this morning!” – 11.49am.
Made myself some French toast for breakfast, been craving it since last week.
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While down in Miami for some needed vacation, some of the locals recommended their favorite spots to eat. My cousin and I decided to checkout some of these local diners and restaurant for some great food. Here are two of our favorite places. Big Pink and 11th st Diner.
157 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Florida
Located on the corner of Collins Ave and 2nd st. Big Pink is a great hangout for the Miami Beach locals. The interior of the restaurant is a great mix of oldschool diner and a new sports bar. I loved the food, the super friendly staff and the entire dinner experience I had while I was there. The menu is super long and super BIG, but there’s something for everyone and for every budget which I think is the reason behind why it’s such a hit with people of all ages and backgrounds.
For our starter we ordered a MASSIVE plate of nachos (I can’t remember the price, sorry!) filled with hot peppers, tortilla chips, beans and awesome guacamole. This thing was huge but between the two of us we showed it who was the boss at that dinner. Even our waiter was surprised that we finished that plate! To quench our thirst we ordered some Big Pink Lemonade ($3) till our main dishes were ready.
Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich ($10.75) – thinly sliced beef served with peppers, onions, mushrooms and American cheese and big bucket of homemade fries!
Churrasco Wrap ($10.50) – grilled skirt steaks, fried plantains, black beans, rice, Central American slaw served in a warm flour tortilla with chimichurri dipping sauce and a bucket of homemade fries.
All in all, Mr.BBM and I enjoyed our BIG sized meal, and a bit sad that we had no room left to try the yummy desserts. My biggest tip for when going to Big Pink is go there hungry and go there before the dinner rush hits. They were super busy at night!
On to my next hidden gem in Miami… Continue reading “Hidden Gems – Miami Edition”
Thanks to Susan Tyndall of O Live PR, I was invited for the media breakfast at this year’s One Of A Kind Show. The breakfast for this event was prepared by students at George Brown College Chef School. On the menu, Scottish eggs, cornflake crusted french toast and fresh fruit salads to just name a few. I loved the breakfast because it was freshly made … Continue reading One Of A Kind Show
This past weekend I checked out Boom Breakfast & Co‘s Eglinton West location to tryout their brunch menu. Recommended by a friend, we thought it would be fun to checkout a new brunch place on a girl’s day out. After waiting for about an hour (normal on weekends)and totally being annoyed by the host (NOT normal) we finally got seated. But I don’t want to … Continue reading Boom Breakfast & Co. – Review